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New Cruise Review - A good time but not all was Enchanting

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Love the get-aways. Thanks for the honest review. Jerry and I are finding that the casino staff is very nice every time that they take our money - ha!

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Good review. I always wonder about the headwaiters who don't visit the tables, or only visit once. We had a guy on Emerald Princess who came by our table every night to discuss a custom menu with Sharon, who is vegan. He was the best we've seen.

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We have had excellent head waiters like that Kevin. My DIL is Vegetarian and our head waiter on Freedom was very attentive to her needs. I don't eat beef so some nights I need to order special meals which is why this was a disappointment to me.

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Rose, thanks for your review. We had a similar experience with spotty beverage service in the buffet on the Ocean Princess last summer. After the first couple of days, we gave up and went to the fountain area to fetch our own. Regardless, it sounds like you had a relaxing time on the Enchantment!

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Thanks for sharing, Rose! I'm glad you had a nice cruise, even with the few issues that you encountered. Haven't been on RCI yet, so am taking in all this information.

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Thanks for your review. We've only been on two RCI cruises and with a B2B scheduled for New Year on the Serenade your review was of particular interest to us.

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Enchantment is a class larger than the Majesty. And in 2005, as I recall, it was sent to the shipyard in Europe, cut in half and a section added to lenghten the ship. I sailed on it on the first itinerary back here in the US, a New England/Canada one.

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